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Fifty years ago, on October 29, 1969, the internet, in the form of ARPANET, went online then subsequently crashed. (Image credit: Pexels)   Fifty years ago, Leonard Kleinrock and his colleagues developed ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), a packet-switching network that implemented the TCP/IP protocol for the first time. It was a two-node network that was connected between the Network Measurement Center at the University of California (Los Angeles) and the NLS system at S ...
Has Google won the race for quantum supremacy? The company recently published its accomplishment in the scientific journal, Nature (Photo from Google)   Back in September, Google made the bold claim that it had achieved quantum supremacy. The company is sticking by its claim in its newly published research paper in the scientific journal Nature. The paper details how Google’s 53-bit quantum computer, Sycamore, took only 200 seconds to perform a calculation that would have taken the w ...
The 3Ai was established to tackle AI applications and integration in advanced robotics, autonomous platforms, machine learning, and cyber-physical systems. (Image credit: 3Ai Institute via Twitter)   I wished this existed back in my old college days. Several years ago, Australia’s NICTA (National Information and Communications Technology Australia) merged with CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) to form Data61- a digital data sciences conglomerate of ...